From the outside, after the AFC opponents lost 48-37 to the Cleveland Browns in the AFC Champions League on Sunday night, Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Chase Kleipel seemed a little bit painful.
Claypool had 5 catches in the game for 59 yards and two touchdowns. When he shared his reaction with Pittsburgh’s loss on Monday, he was interacting with fans on social media and repelling players in the game.
The rookie said in the live broadcast: “The loss was heavy, but the Browns will be applauded next week. Everything is fine.”
After losing to the Browns, Claypool was not the only steelman to make the headlines.
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JuJu Smith-Schuster was drafted by the Browns when he first made himself the target of the foreign card round. At the time, he told reporters that he was not worried about playing Cleveland.
After going crazy, the Steelers’ JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER stood in the comment of “brown is brown”
Smith-Schuster (Smith-Schuster) is lost and faces the music.
He said at the press conference after the game: “I don̵
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Smith-Schuster continued: “In some games, you lost some and won some. Today is not our night.” “I hope the same Brown team will appear in front of the next opponent. They will go out and do what they did tonight. The same thing, play a hell.”
The Browns will enter the AFC Divisional Game, where they will face the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs at 3:05 pm Eastern Time on Sunday.
Paulina Dedaj of Fox News contributed to this report.